I dumped the only PAL from a Gunbird 2 PCB.Original device was a secured PALCE16V8H marked ‘PS5-1’ @U18.Dump has been successfully tested onto a GAL16V8 targeting device.
Today I dumped two PALs from a Big Fight and Ninja Emaki PCBs.In the first board, device was a secured PEEL18Cv8 located on daughterboard @IC56, I was able to fit equations in a GAL18V10 targeting device.In the latter board, device was a secured PAL14H4 @10F on CPU board which I successfully reversed onto a GAL16V8.Both boards had also other PLD devices but all set as registered so not dumpable.
Today I dumped the only PAL from an original Tube Panic PCB (manufactured by Nichibutsu), device was a secured PAL10L8 @F17 on CPU board.Dump has been successfuly tested on GAL16V8 targeting device.Board was loaned by ‘robotype’, thanks to him.
Today we have new entries in our archive.
Coolmod sent dumps from a Crime City (Taito) PCB.Devices were all unsecured (three PAL16L8 and one PALCE16V8), I took care of converting dumps to GAL16V8 fuse maps and I successfully tested them on my board.
Team Europe sent 256KB binary dump (obtained with the Charles MacDonald 27C020 PLD adapter) of the PAL16L8 from a Fun World – MegaCard MC3 PCB.I reversed equations into a GAL16V8 fuse map which is untested for now since board is not working.Thanks to both for their contribution.
Lastly, I successfully adapted into a GAL16V8 the bipolar PROM @7A – IC52 from a Vigilante (Irem M75 hardware) PCB , you can find .JED in the archive section.
Today we have some new PAL dumps.
Coolmod sent in dumps from a Taito Cameltry PCB, they were obtained from three unsecured PAL16L8, I took care of converting them to GAL16V8 fuse map and he successfully tested them back on board.He sent also a dump of an unsecured GAL22V10 found on the gun I/O board of an Invasion – The Abductors PCB ( light gun rail shooter released by Midway in 1999), board was faulty so we assumed this dump as working.Thanks to him for the contribution.
I redumped the PLDs from a Vapor Trail PCB after testing the dumps we had and realized they didn’t work except one.Devices on my board were five secured GAL16V8 labeled by hand from ‘0’ to ‘4’.